Comments are closed. HR ignorance blocking mental health policiesOn 1 May 2001 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article HR managers have a lack of understanding about mental health issues,according to research commissioned by the Department of Health. Attitudes to Mental Health at Work – Interim Report claims that HR policiesdo not take into account mental health issues as effectively as they should. It also states there is a lack of training in companies’ responsibilitiesunder the Disability Discrimination Act when it comes to dealing with theproblem. The report finds that HR managers have a lack of understanding and sympathytowards mental illness and that this attitude is silencing managers andblocking the development of policies. Patrick Burns, policy director at The Industrial Society, which carried outthe research, said HR could improve the way it tackles mental health issues. He said, “HR needs to improve the awareness of mental health withinorganisations. HR have the tools to do this as they do it in other areas ofdiscrimination.” Burns said the approach to training on mental health issues must beimproved. “HR needs to specialise in mental health by encouraging the use ofinternal or external counsellors so they can tell employees what to do,”he said. The report was based on responses from 14 HR managers split into two focusgroups. www.indsoc.co.uk Related posts:No related photos.
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Panaji: Saviour Gama on Monday signed a contract extension with Indian Super League side FC Goa, which will keep him at the club till the summer of 2021.The 22-year-old left-back was one of four players to make the step up to FC Goa’s first team from Clifford Miranda’s development squad which won the Goa Football Association (GFA) Professional League in the 2018-19 season.Alongside Mohammad Nawaz, Liston Colaco and Princeton Rebello, Gama made the step up to senior football on the national stage, making six appearances in the Indian Super League and the Super Cup. IANS Also Read: FC Goa Retains Ahmed Jahouh For Another Year